Tampa company that developed cancer vaccine expanding human clinical trials
NBC-WFLA-TV By: Daisy Ruth
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The Tampa company that developed a cancer vaccine that targets a specific part of the disease in a patient is expanding its human clinical trials into late-stage cancers and enrolling new patients.
8 On Your Side first told you about Morphogenesis in August of 2019.
A small Tampa company is working on a big breakthrough: a cancer vaccine
By Justine Griffin; Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Tampa scientists Michael and Patricia Lawman imagine a day when cancer could be treated with a single needle prick and no debilitating side effects. And they see it coming sooner rather than later.
Greenville Online-Part of the USA Today Network: Cancer vaccine used on dogs may one day help their owners
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Greenville, North Carolina. Ingrid and Ben Herrmann-Holmes love their dogs and tend to adopt older ones, like their three elderly basset hounds — one who needs a wheelchair. So when their 13-year-old Blue Tick Coonhound began limping on his left front leg, they took him to the vet right away. The news wasn’t good.
Coverage of the Morphogenesis hosting of the Vice President’s Cancer Moonshot Summit
Live coverage of the event by Dr. Joette Giovinco from Fox 13 News can be viewed through Facebook. In addition, coverage by Fox 13 News, NBC News Channel 8 and CBS 10 News can be viewed by clicking on the images below;
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